Open and shut case

The trapdoor to the Southern FM dungeon has opened and closed again for another week. Historic John emerged for his segment This Week in History on our Monday morning program A Newsman and his Music. In this week’s podcast, HJ recalls the days when sick people would “soldier on” at work, we look at women’s rights and take a surprise phone

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Leader News on the Radio

A regular feature of Southern FM’s A Newsman and his Music is Colin’s chat with the journos at Leader Community News. This week Bayside Leader reporter James Mottershead made his debut on 88.3 with his look at some of the stories making news. More info: leadernewspapers.com.au A Newsman and his Music is on-air every Monday from 9 AM to 11 AM.  

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COVID and Captain Cook

In this podcast from A Newsman and his Music (18 May 2020) Colin asks the Member for Brighton James Newbury about his role as “PR officer for Captain James Cook”. They talk about public servants using their taxpayer-funded phones for social media and discuss how the Bayside community has worked together during the COVID-19 pandemic. A Newsman and his Music is

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Bayside heritage disgrace

The demolition of two more “mid-century modern” homes in recent days has cast a spotlight on Bayside Council’s failure to deliver on its heritage protection responsibilities. In this podcast from Friday Magazine, Colin Tyrus speaks to Beaumaris Modern president Fiona Austin and Bayside Mayor Cr Clarke Martin. This interview will be repeated on A Newsman and his Music on Monday

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Historic John returns

Historic John (HJ) slept right through the first week of May, so Colin aroused him from his slumbers to again emerge from the dungeon beneath Southern FM’s bayside studios. Listen to the podcast for another episode of This Week in History as heard on A Newsman and his Music (Monday 11 May 2020).

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